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1. /8 2. /8 3. /6 Total /22 1. IVV for Four Independent Sources: For the circuit shown below (left), a.) Derive the current-voltage relationship IV) at the output terminals using the indicated current direction. b.) Find the Thévenin equivalent voltage VT and resistance RT. c.) Find the currents through the voltage sources, Iv1 and Iv2, for the two cases of the output terminals open and shorted, respectively. Use the indicated reference directions. R0 I W RT + M o I1 1 V2 I Iv2 + V => VT I V V1 - Iv1 2R0 t I2 o - o 2. Voltage Across Current Source: For the circuit shown below, the frequency of the current source is f = 100 Hz. (Recall that the angular frequency w = 2mf). a. Find the voltage v(t) across the current source (if non-zero) and plot at least one cycle of it using a good plotting package. Explicitly label amplitudes and times. v(t) 1.0 V It + 1.0coswt mA 1 u(t) 5 k? 0 V t b. Calculate the instantaneous and average powers, p(t), and Pavg, delivered by the sources and dissipated in the load resistor. Put your answers in a table such as shown below. CURRENT VOLTAGE LOAD SOURCE SOURCE RESISTOR p(t) Pavg 3. Thévenin Equivalent Circuit for Dependent and Independent Sources: For the circuit shown below (left), find the Thévenin equivalent circuit values VT and RT. R1 R3 MV M RT + MV o Vo I + I0 1 i2 I R2 V V1 I V Bi2 1 - o o

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